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originally posted by: kosmicjack
a reply to: TDawgRex
Listen to what he is saying....
Emergency services at the hospital are currently suspended - for just two patients - it is already not capable of caring adequately for others. Why? Is it really due to personnel or is it the contagious nature of the virus?
Regardless, now we can really begin to understand the full implications of Ebola for our health care system.
originally posted by: conspiracytheoristIAM
a reply to: CardiffGiant
You're too predictable. I gave 2 other possibilities, but you picked the most sensational to make light of. What's your opinion of how the nurse was transmitted ebola ??
originally posted by: CardiffGiant
there have been 2 confirmed cases in the states.....im not making that fact up.
originally posted by: Neysa
originally posted by: TDawgRex
Two confirmed cases. That makes me wonder how many unconfirmed cases there are due to misdiagnoses and such.
Aren't all epidemics and pandemics pretty much started by Patient Zero? Currently ED68 has killed more than Ebola here in the US, yet not much is being said about that either.
I have a feeling that people are in for a rough year.
We now have contingency plans in place.
But note - this again shows that they fear contamination of surfaces. They know the danger, but try to gloss over it when they say direct contact with bodily fluids is required. They always omit saying that this includes surfaces that came in contact with bodily fluids.